|Online Services Just for You!
Cancel your tag registration online. Follow the process as outlined on DMV’s website and conduct your business at your convenience. Online tag cancellation is one of more than 40 DMV services available online and through the mail. Visit DMV’s website at www.dmv.dc.gov. It is available daily from 6am-11:59pm, making it accessible outside of the agency’s regular business hours. "Skip the Trip." No lines online.
New DMV Service Center Opening Soon
DMV’s Associate Director Gabriel Robinson stands outside of DMV’s newest Service Center in Rhode Island Row, Northeast. Information about the Rhode Island Service Center Grand Opening will be posted on DMV’s website. Details will also be included in upcoming issues of DMV’s monthly e-newsletter.
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|New Law to Change Ignition Interlock Requirements
A new law signed on January 9, 2013 modifies the Ignition Interlock Amendment of 2012. Within the next three months, drivers who are convicted of driving while impaired will be eligible to participate in DC DMV’s Ignition Interlock Program after their first offense, as well as drivers who have their license revoked by DC DMV. With this program, drivers are required to install an ignition interlock device in their vehicle(s). The individual must blow into the device before the car can be started. If the device detects a breath-alcohol concentration above the acceptable limit, then the engine will not start. The Ignition Interlock Program is designed to reduce recidivism and keep the roads safe for all.
All DC DMV locations will be closed on Saturday, Jan. 19 and Monday, Jan. 21, 2013 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
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